Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Book Review: Invisible Children's Book Instruction Manual: For Owners, Readers and Caretakers of Invisible Children's Books

Media Type: Ebook
Title: Invisible Children's Book Instruction Manual: For Owners, Readers, and Caretakers of Invisible Children's Books
Author: Nicholas Alan Tillemans
Publisher: Self-published
Pages: Paperback; 25
Release Date: October 5, 2014
Source: Author
Genre: Instruction Manual- Humor

HDB Rating: 5 Keys to My Heart

Recommended to: Parents or Future Parents of young children

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"It is a significant fact that nearly all invisible children's book owners have little or no practical experience with invisible objects. Yet, by varying degrees, these parents/owners succeed in delighting their children with the ever-changing story contained within the book's invisible pages."

"If you own a copy, congratulations on becoming the owner of the world's first entirely weightless work of fiction, requiring no reading device or even any electricity or light to read."

"(P)eople everywhere are setting their paper books and electronic readers aside in favor of the advantages afforded by invisible books. As with any new magic or technology, the publishing industry is a slow adopter and many nostalgic consumers are resistant to change. So, thank you for giving this a chance. You won't be disappointed; and your child will thank you. As soon as you have given your invisible book a chance, the advantages will become apparent."

It's not often that I read instruction manuals but this one sounded too good to pass up. It did not disappoint. In this thorough instruction manual for invisible books, Tillemans walks us through his process in creating a story with his son that is born from the imagination and takes a new turn with each night's events. Ideal for the 3 to 4 year old in your life, the invisible book is the best of bedtime stories because it engages you and your child in an imaginative world where only your child knows what comes next. This 25 page manual gives all of the best tips for starting this bonding process over reading an invisible book and how to stay on track when you get lost in your imagination.

I would highly recommend this book to parents and future parents alike, because what could be more fun than diving into the imagination of your youngster while teaching them the love of "reading"?
FTC Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion.


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